News 20 Nov 2010

Oz SX: Dunedin schedule revised as rain hits NZ Super X

A picture is worth a thousand words... Image: @JeffCrowPhoto on Twitter.

A picture is worth a thousand words... Image: @JeffCrowPhoto on Twitter.

Heavy rain at the Dunedin round of the 2010 Monster Energy Super X, Australasian Supercross Championship, has caused series organisers to revise the schedule for tonight’s proceedings.

Practice and time qualifying has been cancelled, as has the new Manufacturer’s Challenge that was set to take the place of the International Challenge at tonight’s right in New Zealand.

The first time riders will sample the track will be at 10 to 7.00pm this evening local time, when heat one of the Open class gets underway.

While the pair of Open and Lites heats will go ahead, it’s yet to be confirmed whether or not the Eliminator Challenge that’s scheduled for 7.52pm will be contested at this point depending on the track conditions.

The finals will remain in the Double Header format, however the schedule now has their duration of 11 laps for the Lites and 12 laps for the Opens as approximate.

Stay tuned to @MotoOnline on Twitter for the latest updates and be sure to check back tonight for the full reports.